Sky Sports have confirmed that the EFL will take no action on Burnley, despite Huddersfield Town complaints.

News broke last week that the Terriers had lodged a complaint against the Clarets after Vincent Kompany made six changes for the 0-0 draw earlier in the month.

Regulations state that at least 10 first-team players have to be involved from the week before, with Burnley having 14.

The report states that the EFL are 'satisfied that the squad met the requirements to field a full-strength team.'

Huddersfield boss Neil Warnock admitted that it had left 'a sour taste' as they jostle with the Royals for Championship survival.

Winning the league last night after a 1-0 win over rivals Blackburn Rovers, Burnley dropped points against Reading, Rotherham United and 
Queens Park Rangers.

Noel Hunt takes his side to the John Smith's Stadium on the final day of the season- potentially a straight shoot-out for safety.